Visit the UAE's highest mountain Jebel Jais for just Dhs20

This new shuttle service is going to make the scenic journey a lot easier

It's about to get a lot easier for thrill-seekers to visit the world's longest zipline.

A new shuttle service will take visitors from Ras Al Khaimah city centre to Jebel Jais – the UAE's highest mountain and the home of the adventure attraction.

Tickets will cost just Dhs20 one way for the scenic drive and three coaches will run each day.

And in even better news, the average temperature is ten degrees cooler in the mountains, meaning it's the perfect chance for a day trip away from the rising summer heat.

As well as Jebel Jais Flight, which is 2.83km long, there is the Viewing Deck Park which offers 360-degree observation points and food trucks.

It features Puro Express, a rooftop lounge overlooking the coastline and serving a 'light bites' menu of pastries, pizza and salad.

Haitham Mattar, CEO of Ras Al Khaimah Tourism Development Authority said: “The introduction of the Jebel Jais Shuttle service is a testament to our constant efforts to make our visitors trip to Ras Al Khaimah a memorable one.

“The new shuttle service will ensure a relaxing drive for our visitors to our key tourist destination in the Emirate which boasts the world’s longest zipline as well as 360-degree panoramic views from the Viewing Deck Park.”

Tickets for the shuttle service can be booked online at

Team Time Out has already been to check out the Jebel Jais zip line.

It’s a challenge like no other, and you can read about how we got on here.
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